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NSF Scientific Research Ethics Training

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  • In the "Search for organization" field, start typing "Columbia University". You'll be able to select it after just a few characters. After that, click on "Continue to Step 2".
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  • Fill out your name. For your email address, put your Columbia UNI. Continue to Step 3.
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  • Fill out your name. For your email address, either put your Columbia UNI or your own email address; you'll receive an unimportant confirmation email once you complete the course. Continue to Step 3.
 
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  • Create an account name and password. I wouldn't make a big deal about the password, since you'll probably never come back to this site again. Pro tip: If you type apg on any of the Linux systems at Nevis, you'll get some random passwords you can cut-and-paste. Put anything you like for the security question and answer (bear in mind you'll probably never visit this site again). Continue to Step 4.
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  • Create an account name and password. I wouldn't make a big deal about the password, since you'll probably never come back to this site again. Pro tip: If you type apg on any of the Linux systems at Nevis, you'll get some random passwords you can cut-and-paste. Put anything you like for the security question and answer. Continue to Step 4.
 
  • Start typing "United States" in the country field until you can select it. Continue to Step 5.
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  • On the next page, select "Physical Sciences".

  • Click "Finalize Registration".
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  • Complete the Assurance statement. click on the first option at the bottom of the page (you're taking the course for yourself; if you're not, re-read that page!)

  • For each of the topics listed, go over the material.
    • At the bottom of the topic page, take the quiz if there is one.
    • After the quick, select "Go back to the gradebook for this course."
 
  • Click "RCR Physical Sciences".

  • Click on the Assurance Form link, and agree to the terms.
 
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